ABS Pumps & Modules

ABS pumps repaired and supplied for most vehicles manufacturers. We retain all original programming during the rebuild process so no need for additional programming work when you receive your unit back. We test supply and rebuild all modern automotive ABS units that comprise of an ABS module, pump, Hydraulic unit and motor.

Below is a list of common failing ABS pumps.

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Modern ABS pumps are comprised of the ABS pump, module, motor and hydraulic unit in one combined unit. These combined ABS units are common for failing, causing the ABS light to illuminate, no communications or ABS pump constantly running...

This is a very common failing ABS pump fitted to the Vauxhall Corsa D 2006 - 2014. Failure causes the car to pull to the right under heavy braking...

Failure of the Internal Brake Pressure Sensor is a very common fault for all vehicles fitted with the ATE MK60 ABS unit fitted with the internal brake pressure sensor...

Common failing ABS pump that causes the ABS / EBD failure message to show and the speedometer to fail. Checking fault codes will show no faults in the ABS...

This is a very common failing ABS pump for most BMW vehicles built between 2005 & 2014, the common symptom is illumination of the ABS, DSC and handbrake warning lights. When diagnosing the fault, you will find fault codes stored of 5DF0 & 5DF1 which blame the hydraulic pump motor. We can rebuild your own unit with an unlimited mileage lifetime warranty.

Volkswagen Golf and Audi TT/A3 vehicles fitted with ATE MK61 ABS pump and modules fail preventing full operation of the emergency braking system leaving only standard braking in effect.

Loss of communication from the ABS module will result in no speedo read-out on the dash cluster. Internal malfunction is common and will also suffer from valve and solenoid problems. 

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Commonly fitted to Volvo, VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Ford, Mercedes & Renault.
ATE MK20, MK60, MK70, MK25, Mk50

Commonly fitted to most makes of vehicle, common fault is a non communication fault and ABS light.
Bosch 5.3, 5.7, 5.0, 5.5, 8.0

Commonly fitted to Land Rovers, Common faults include ABS light on and shuttle valve fault codes.
Common part No. SRB10241

ABS and handbrake warning light will remain constantly lit when this ABS pump and module malfunctions. Fitted to Alfa Romeo 156 & GTV vehicles between 1998 and 2005...

Common fault with all A3 vehicles built after 2004, Common part numbers: 1K0614517H / 1K0907379K

This BMW 1 Series (F20/21) ABS failure will cause the rear brakes to bind when the foot brake is applied...

Very common fault causes the DSC / ASC lights to illuminate with fault code "5E20 - HYDRAULIC PRESSURE SENSOR INTERNAL"

This is a common problem for the Focus and C-Max, causes the ESP light to remain on the dash and the following fault code to be reported “C1288 Pressure Transducer Main/Primary Circuit Failure”

this is a very common problem for the Honda CRV built after 2004, the fault causes the ESP/ABS light to illuminate on the dash and a fault code for pressure sensor will be stored.

ABS fault codes for 51-1, 53-1 and 37-1 are all caused by internal malfunction of the ABS pump and module. We can test and rebuild your ABS unit...

Failure of this VW Transporter T5 ABS will cause the ABS and traction control light to become active, often due to loss of communications to the ABS module...

Very common problem, causes the ABS light to illuminate on the dash and fault codes for pump motor and/or wheel speed sensors.

Common fault causing the ESP light to remain on and the following fault code reported "C1288 PRESSURE TRANSDUCER MAIN/PRIMARY CIRCUIT FAILURE"

Very common fault causes the ABS lights to illuminate with fault code "C1401 - RETURN PUMP FAULT"

Common fault with all Seat / Skoda 1K0614517H / 1K0907379K fault code for brake pressure sensor fault

ABS pump and module for Suzuki Swift fails with fault codes for C1028 - brake pressure sensor, this will cause the ESP warning light to remain constantly on...

Common fault causing the traction warning message and the fault codes: BCM-0130 Brake pressure sensor 1

Very common fault causes the ESP light to illuminate with fault code “01435 Brake Pressure Sensor 1 (G201)”.

Bosch ABS units fitted to Audi A4, A6, A8, Avant, Quattro etc are very problematic and will cause constant illumination of the ABS warning light...

This ABS pump and module is a common failure for the Daewoo Lanos causing the ABS warning light to be constantly active...

This is a very common problem for all VW, Audi, Seat and Skoda vehicles fitted with the ESP system.

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